How To Get A Fundi Pin Reminder
Fundi provides education loans to students, they cover a range of expenses to enable students to pursue their studies without experiencing the financial burden while doing so. Keep reading to find out how to get a Fundi pin reminder.
Fundi is a leading South African Education Finance specialist. They strive to help students achieve their dreams, by covering the costs relating to their tertiary education through education loans.
The student loans provided by Fundi that cover students' education-related expenses are paid directly to the higher education institutions they are enrolled at.
If you have been funded by Fundi and you've forgotten your Fundi Website password then you can get a pin reminder to gain access to it again.
How To Get A Pin Reminder
- Register on the Fundi website and login
- Dial *134*87646# (no airtime or data needed)
- Choose option 3
- Call the Call Centre at 0860 44 33 44
- Visit a campus office
- A reminder will be sent to your registered pin number
Fundi finance both private and tertiary institutions for postgraduate qualifications, executive education programmes and MBAs. Fundi provides student loans that cover students' education-related expenses, which include cash and transport allowances.
To qualify for Fundi, you must be:
- a South African resident (you must provide proof of this with your ID and proof of residence)
- permanently employed or have a parent who is permanently employed (you must provide proof of this with a letter from your employer confirming this; your last receipt of salary and your latest bank statements)
You must be in good standing in terms of your credit profile as you will not qualify if you are under credit or debt review. This is so that Fundi can see that you are able to repay the loan that they are providing.
Fundi aims to make loans more accessible and affordable for students. They do not require you to pay collateral and repayments are deducted from your salary or can be paid through debit orders.
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